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MAD PROFESSOR - ESCAPE TO THE ASYLUM OF DUB (DUB ME CRAZY PART FOUR)
After being treated with three injections in the Mad Professor's DUB ME CRAZY series, the title of treatment number four doesn't sound as mad as it may sound at first look. After all, you must be pretty mad to escape to an asylum, rather than escaping from it, right?

Wrong.

The year is 1983 and the Mad Professor is extremely busy mixing and releasing music in his Dub Me Crazy series. In his UK based Ariwa Studio's, he had already recorded a lot of vocalists on -of course- music from his own Studio band: more than enough material to produce a steady flow of DUB Albums for the market.

The Dub Me Crazy series obviously became legendary, and Escape To The Asylum Of DUB may just have played a rather large part in this. The mixing is of outstanding quality, even according to Mad Professor's own high standards. 

When you consider how all of this was mixed over 25 years in times when automation techniques weren't around like now and mixing engineers were not generally considered to be artists, it's enough to make you stand in awe for Mad Professor's incredible use of talents and skill. 

The twelve tracks that make up this release are mixed and placed in such a way, that the album tells a story from the top to the very last drop. The Mad Professor applies several styles of mixing, and so every tracks really is part of what can only be described as Mad Professor At His Best In 1983.  

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